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#16 Decembergirl

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Posted 24 July 2010 - 09:10 PM

Beth I've just spotted this. There are a couple of good FB groups about slow cookers in that helps. Basically from what I've read, they just put the whole chicken in there on either foil balls or a saucer (with a few spices rubbed in the skin to give to a bit of colour since it won't brown up) and leave it be for 6 or so hours.

I've read that you can brown the skin up in the oven, and I've also read other people put an oven bag under the chicken to help get it out (because they tend to be so tender they just fall apart). Hope that helps, although you've probably already done it by now! laugh.gif
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Posted 09 August 2010 - 05:48 PM

QUOTE(Decembergirl @ Jul 24 2010, 09:10 PM) View Post

Beth I've just spotted this. There are a couple of good FB groups about slow cookers in that helps. Basically from what I've read, they just put the whole chicken in there on either foil balls or a saucer (with a few spices rubbed in the skin to give to a bit of colour since it won't brown up) and leave it be for 6 or so hours.

I've read that you can brown the skin up in the oven, and I've also read other people put an oven bag under the chicken to help get it out (because they tend to be so tender they just fall apart). Hope that helps, although you've probably already done it by now! laugh.gif


Just thought i'd pop in and say that i've finally done a roast in the slow cooker!

My mum bought me the Womens Weekly Slow Cooker book and I made the Greek Lamb and it was delish!

Browned the potatoes first and then the lamb added the liquid and let it go! Now i'm converted to cooking roasts in it. I think i'd be browning it first and using vegies as the base because it adds to the flavour!
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